Teaching Videos

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Plant Walk.mpg
Plant Walk.mpg
This is a plant walk students in my herb school went on in a local cemetery. For more information: http://thesouthernherbalist.com http://coltsfootcollege.com.
Bracken Fern.mp4
Bracken Fern.mp4
Bracken Ferns have had a long history of being used in herbal medicine for a variety of conditions such as worms. They are however, too toxic for the average ...
Hand Drill - Primitive and Wilderness Skills Weekend
Hand Drill - Primitive and Wilderness Skills Weekend
A short Hand Drill Demo from our Wilderness and Primitive Skills Weekend. The drill is made from Horseweed and the fireboard is of Paw Paw.
Cumcumber Magnolia.mp4
Cumcumber Magnolia.mp4
Cucumber Magnolia is one of my favorite herbs to use for arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. Makes a wonderful tonic for the liver as well.
Eastern Red Cedar/Juniper.mp4
Eastern Red Cedar/Juniper.mp4
An excellent herb for both the kidneys and the liver, Juniper needs to be used cautiously if a person has very irritated kidneys as this can make things worse.
Blackberry and Blackberry Root
Blackberry and Blackberry Root
Talking a bit about eating Blackberry shoots in the spring and using the fruit and roots for diarrhea and other stomach issues.
DeSoto Plant Walk
DeSoto Plant Walk
A somewhat long, rough cut video of a medicinal plant walk I did at DeSoto State Park this past summer. For more videos and a free subscription to The ...
Alum Root.mp4
Alum Root.mp4
This type of Alum Root is known as Heuchera and can actually be found as a cultivated plant in Garden Shops. A powerful astringent, Alum Root was used ...
Cucumber Trees.mp4
Cucumber Trees.mp4
Cucumber Trees in the South are a type of Deciduous Magnolia (They lose their leaves in the Fall). This video was taken at DeSoto State Park in N. Alabama.
April Bee Swarm
April Bee Swarm
Just thought you might enjoy some raw footage of catching a swarm of bees. These bees swarmed out of my Top Bar Hive today and settled on a small Nandina ...
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